Ireland’s carbon price plan at risk from election stalemate

Published 20:42 on February 10, 2020  /  Last updated at 01:47 on February 11, 2020  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

A three-way tie in this weekend’s Irish general election could have a major impact on the country’s carbon pricing programme, with the party leading in the yet-to-be-finalised vote count having campaigned against the existing government’s planned CO2 tax increases.

A three-way tie in this weekend’s Irish general election could have a major impact on the country’s carbon pricing programme, with the party leading in the yet-to-be-finalised vote count having campaigned against the existing government’s planned CO2 tax increases.

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